ETCSLglossingSignSign name: LU2×NE
Values: du14

Letter from Inanaka to the goddess Nintinuga (c.3.3.10), line c3310.1
Nintinuga (DN)housekeeperrightE-kur (TN)
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Say to Nintinuga, the reliable stewardess of the E-kur, the physician of the Land; repeat to the lady, whose incantation heals the multitude of people, whose spells make the people recover, to { my }{ (1 ms. has instead:) the } relenting lady, who loves to revive the people and loves supplications, the merciful and compassionate one who listens to prayers. You are the caretaker of the living and the dead; you are the great healer of all the crippled ones. This is what Inanaka, the daughter of Enlil-a-mah, your maidservant says:
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